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Re: ARMADA AUSTRALIANA
« Responder #120 em: Março 02, 2019, 04:58:02 pm »
Estão tão satisfeitos com a Navantia que até já se fala em cancelar o contrato dos submarinos franceses e comprar os S-80, que tão bons resultados têm dado.
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Re: ARMADA AUSTRALIANA
« Responder #121 em: Março 02, 2019, 05:29:21 pm »
Estão tão satisfeitos com a Navantia que até já se fala em cancelar o contrato dos submarinos franceses e comprar os S-80, que tão bons resultados têm dado.

Lá vem mais um Karma negativo…... :mrgreen:

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Re: ARMADA AUSTRALIANA
« Responder #122 em: Março 03, 2019, 01:30:01 pm »
Nã, os nuestros hermanos podem ter mau temperamento mas o que têm a dizer dizem-no à frente de todos.
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Re: ARMADA AUSTRALIANA
« Responder #123 em: Março 03, 2019, 02:09:47 pm »
Nã, os nuestros hermanos podem ter mau temperamento mas o que têm a dizer dizem-no à frente de todos.

Eu também sou desses o que tenho a dizer digo olhos nos olhos e agradeço que façam o mesmo comigo !
Fingimento e cinismo não são a minha praia, é por essas e por outras que sou conhecido por ser refilão, as verdades são inconvenientes para muitos camaradas e colegas de trabalho, mas é assim que eu sou, temos pena !

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Re: ARMADA AUSTRALIANA
« Responder #124 em: Setembro 03, 2019, 10:33:54 am »


Australian Navy’s second Supply-class tanker launched in Spain

Spanish shipbuilder Navantia has launched the second of two Royal Australian Navy auxiliary oiler replenishment (AOR) ships at its shipyard in Ferrol, Spain.

Future support tanker HMAS Stalwart was launched on August 31.

The delivery into service of the Supply-class replenishment vessels from next year will provide the navy with vital afloat logistics support to enable other ships to remain at sea longer.

The first ship in the class, future HMAS Supply, was launched in November 2018.

“NUSHIPs Stalwart and Supply will extend our warships’ endurance and operational range by providing bulk fuels, potable water, stores and explosive ordnance to naval vessels operating at sea,” Chief of the Royal Australian Navy, Vice Admiral Michael Noonan, said.

NUSHIPs Stalwart and Supply will replace the current replenishment tankers HMAS Sirius and ex-HMAS Success, which was decommissioned in June this year.


Future HMAS Stalwart entered the water on August 31, 2019. Photo: Australian defense ministry
 

The 173.9-meter AORs are built under a contract signed in May 2016 and are based on the Spanish Navy’s Cantabria-class AORs. They will be delivered at an estimated cost of AU$640 million.

Displacing 19,500 tons, the ships are intended to carry fuel, dry cargo, water, food, ammunition, equipment and spare parts to provide operational support for the deployed naval or combat forces operating far from the port on the high seas for longer periods.

In addition to replenishment, the vessels can be used to combat against environmental pollution at sea, provide logistics support for the armed forces, and to support humanitarian and disaster relief (HADR) operations following a natural disaster.

https://navaltoday.com/2019/09/02/australian-navys-second-supply-class-tanker-launched-in-spain/
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« Responder #125 em: Dezembro 31, 2019, 06:15:28 pm »
Royal Australian Navy helicopters join bushfire rescues


Photo: Royal Australian Navy

The Royal Australian Navy’s Fleet Air Arm (FAA) is supporting firefighting efforts on the east coast of Australia, during one of the most dangerous bushfire periods the nation has ever seen.

Helicopters from three squadrons based at HMAS Albatross — MH-60R Seahawk helicopters from 816 Squadron, MRH-90 helicopters from 808 Squadron and EC135 helicopters from 723 Squadron — are all playing roles to support the firefighters and emergency crews on the ground.

Executive Officer 723 Squadron, Lieutenant Commander Gavin Johnston said the squadron delivers a significant capability for rotary wing aircrew training in Australia.

“Taking part in operations such as the firefighting efforts in New South Wales gives our newly qualified crews an opportunity to consolidate the skills and knowledge that they have gained during training,” Lieutenant Commander Johnston said.

During the firefighting deployment, 723 Squadron’s EC135 helicopters reached the key milestone of 10,000 flying hours.
Commanding Officer 723 Squadron, Commander Bruce Willington, said the fleet of 15 EC135 helicopters reached the milestone in only three years.

The first EC135 helicopters joined 723 Squadron in 2016 and have since completed more than 6700 flights, while training the newly formed instructor workforce and delivering an initial rotary qualification to 34 pilots, 11 Aviation Warfare Officers and 33 Aircrew for the Navy and Army.

Meanwhile, Navy’s MH-60R Seahawk helicopters provided advanced technology though their Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) cameras and sensors. Each night, soon after dusk, the aircrew from 816 Squadron were joined by RFS specialists for flights over fire grounds to assess and map current fire movements.

The MH-60R, affectionately known as the Romeo, is the navy’s next-generation submarine hunter and anti-surface warfare helicopter but readily adapts to support a variety of missions including search and rescue, utility and humanitarian aid and disaster relief operations.

Navy’s Fleet Air Arm is regularly called on to provide humanitarian aid and disaster relief in response to bushfires, floods, cyclones or other emergencies.

Apart from helicopters, a fleet of navy ships and aircraft are deployed to rescue Australian nationals currently trapped by bushfires and supply them food, water and medical help.

https://navaltoday.com/2019/12/31/royal-australian-navy-helicopters-join-bushfire-rescues/

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Re: ARMADA AUSTRALIANA
« Responder #126 em: Janeiro 21, 2020, 02:31:22 pm »
Australia – Australia Surface Combatant (ASC) Program
(Source: Defense Security Cooperation Agency; issued Jan 15, 2020)
The US government has approved the sale of a $1.5 billion package to Australia for the upgrade of its three Hobart-class air warfare destroyers (photo) and the first three yet unbuilt Hunter-class next-gen frigates. (RAN photo)
WASHINGTON --- The State Department has made a determination approving a possible Foreign Military Sale to Australia of long lead items, engineering development activities, and other defense services to support the Australian Surface Combatant Program for an estimated cost of $1.5 billion. The Defense Security Cooperation Agency delivered the required certification notifying Congress of this possible sale on yesterday.

The Government of Australia has requested to buy long lead items, engineering development activities, and other defense services to support the Australian Surface Combatant Program, including the modernization of the three Hobart Class Destroyers, and construction of the first three (of nine total) Hunter Class Frigates which includes:

-- three (3) Shipsets of the AEGIS Weapon System (AWS) in the MK 6 Mod 1 configuration to support the Modernization of the Hobart Class DDGs;
-- three (3) Shipsets of the AEGIS Weapon System (AWS) in the MK 6 Mod 1 configuration to support the New Construction of the Hunter Class FFGs;
-- three (3) shipsets of the MK 41 Vertical Launching Systems (VLS) for installation on the Hunter Class Frigates;
-- three (3) shipsets (2 mounts per ship) of the Close-In Weapons System (CIWS) for installation on the Hunter Class Frigates;
-- two (2) Australia AEGIS Weapon System Computer Programs (one for Hobart Class, one for Hunter Class), and associated computer programs for AEGIS Combat System components for installation on both the Hobart and Hunter Class ships;
-- six (6) shipsets of the Global Positioning System (GPS) - Based Positioning, Navigation and Timing Service (GPNTS) Navigation Systems and associated Advanced Digital Antenna Production (ADAP) antennas and support equipment for installation on the Hobart and Hunter Class ships;
-- six (6) shipsets of upgraded Cooperative Engagement Capability (CEC) equipment for installation on the Hobart and Hunter Class ships;
-- six (6) shipsets of Command and Control Processor (C2P) equipment for installation on the Hobart and Hunter Class ships; and
-- eight (8) shipsets of Multifunctional Information Distribution System Joint Tactical Radio Set (MIDS JTRS) terminals for installation on the Hobart and Hunter Class ships.

Also included are:
-- three (3) shipsets of MK 34 Gun Weapon System (GWS) modification equipment to include the Electro Optical Sight System and changes supporting Naval Fires Planner and associated TacLink Control System for installation on the Hobart Class Destroyers;
-- three (3) shipsets of MK 34 Gun Weapon System components to include the MK 160 Gun Computing System and the MK 20 Electro Optical Sight System, and the Naval Fires Planner and associated TacLink Control System for installation on the Hunter Class Frigates;
-- three (3) shipsets of: Mode 5/S capable Identification, Friend of Foe (IFF) Systems; Gigabit Ethernet Data Multiplexing System (GEDMS); AN/WSN-7 Ring Laser Gyrocompass Inertial Navigation Systems; WSN-9 Digital Hybrid Speed Log systems; Common Data Link Management System (CDLMS); and Global Command and Control System-Maritime (GCCS-M) systems for installation on the Hunter Class Frigates;
-- six (6) shipsets of AN/SRQ-4 Hawklink and SQQ-89 Sonobuoy processing equipment for installation on the Hobart and Hunter Class ships;
-- defense services for development and integration of a capability upgrade for the installed AEGIS Combat System on the Hobart Class Destroyer, including Integrated Air and Missile Defense capability and growth capability for Ballistic Missile Defense;
-- development, integration and testing support for installation of a AEGIS Combat System for installation on the Hunter Class FFG, a Global Combat Ship Type 26 (BAE) platform, including the integration of the indigenous CEAFAR 2 Phased Array Radar (CEA Industries) with the AEGIS Combat System (including Cooperative Engagement Capability) and the primary radar sensor and illuminator;
-- integration of selected Australian provided combat system components including Undersea Warfare and Ship Self Defense for installation on the Hobart and Hunter Class ships;
-- integration of the MH-60R helicopter into the AEGIS Combat System for installation on the Hobart and Hunter Class ships;
-- Procurement and delivery of installation support material, special purpose test equipment, initial logistics outfitting, spares and other ancillary equipment to support the installation and integration of AEGIS Combat System equipment in the Hunter and Hobart class ship platforms; and
development of technical documentation to support both programs; provision of logistics and other support services to support the Hobart and Hunter Class ships; procurement, staging, delivery and installation support for AEGIS Combat System equipment for the Hobart and Hunter Class ships; provision of training support for curriculum development, training tool development, front-end analysis, and crew training for the Hobart and Hunter Class ships; U.S. Government and contractor representative engineering, logistics, and technical support services; and other related elements of logistics and program support for the Hobart and Hunter Class ships.

The total estimated cost is $1.50 billion.

This proposed sale will support the foreign policy and national security objectives of the United States. Australia is one of our most important allies in the Western Pacific. The strategic location of this political and economic power contributes significantly to ensuring peace and economic stability in the region.

The proposed sale will enhance Australia's Surface Combatant capability by modernizing their existing three AEGIS capable Hobart Class Destroyers with the latest technology and capability, and delivering the first three (of nine) AEGIS capable Hunter Class Future Frigates. This sale enhances Australia's self-defense capability, while significantly improving interoperability with U.S. Navy AEGIS combatants in the region. By deploying a surface combatant fleet that will incorporate Cooperative Engagement Capability (CEC), Australia will significantly improve network-centric warfare capability for US forces operating in the region. Australia will have no difficulty absorbing this equipment into its armed forces.

The proposed sale of this equipment and support will not alter the basic military balance in the region.

There are a significant number of companies under contract with the U.S. Navy that will provide components and systems as well as engineering services during the execution of this effort, with a significant portion of the effort to be performed by Lockheed Martin, Rotary and Mission Systems, Moorestown, NJ. There are no known offset agreements proposed in connection with this potential sale.

Implementation of this proposed sale will require travel of U.S. Government and/or contractor representatives to Australia on a temporary basis for program support and management oversight. No extended (long-term) visits to Australia will be required as part of this effort.

There will be no adverse impact on U.S. defense readiness as a result of this proposed sale.

This notice of a potential sale is required by law and does not mean the sale has been concluded.

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https://www.defense-aerospace.com/article-view/release/209052/us-approves-%241.5bn-warship-upgrade-package-for-australian-navy.html
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